Still, countervailing political winds prevailed. The eradication of the old NFFA in the election of Senator Roan to the presidency seemed to signal the end of the purge, as seen in the documentary “The Purge: Election Night”.
Unfortunately, lacking much of the institutional knowledge of the previous NFFA, and following the resurgent trend and Generation-A interest, the purge returned. We realize now that this was unwise and apologize to those confused, upset, or mutilated by this action.
While anti-NNFFA sentiment is popular, and the political project is all but abandoned, it’s worth taking stock. For example, the NNFFA’s public relations office committed only minor felonies during the latest purge, including: the trafficking of endangered animals, violation of federal overtime standards, and, ironically, perjury.
Perhaps in the future, we will celebrate March 21st as National Poetry Day or National Forest Day, instead of the day it’s legal for everybody to kill each other.
NB: It is a matter of public record that the NNNFA is not responsible for knock-on effects of governmental actions, including a possible “worldwide purge,” as those decisions were made during a purge (and are non-prosecutable). We would happily provide these records to federal authorities but, unfortunately, they were destroyed in a subsequent purge.